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Kailash and Mansarovar Tour - 17 DAYS

Kailash and Mansarovar tourMount Kailas (6714m), which is considered to be the sacred dwelling of the gods and goddesses and the precise centre of the entire universe, is the holiest mountain of all. The mountain is also famous for its unique four-faced shape like that of a handle of a millstone. The cleft on its southern side intersected by a series of rocks forms a sacred Buddhist symbol 'Swastika'.

Mount Kailash is referred to as Kang Rinpoche (literally meaning 'a sparkling mass of snow') by the Tibetan locals. Believers relate this mountain to Mt. Meru of Hindu mythology. In ancient Hindu scriptures, Mt. Meru has been described as a mountain, lying in the Himalayan range, with its four faces made of four different jewels (gold, crystal, ruby and lapis lazuli), where gods resided and from where four great rivers originated. Confirming its relation to Mt. Meru, Kailash is a mother to four great holy rivers, namely Karnali, Indus, Sutlej and Brahmaputra.

Kailash Parbat is considered divine by the devotees of four different religions-Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Bonpo, with a belief that the gods or founders of these religions had once meditated or resided in the holy mountain. Thus the devout followers of all these religions flock to the mountain to pay homage to the gods residing on its top.

Mansarovar Manas

15 miles below the sacred Kailash Parbat situated the most sacred lake of Hindus-Mansarovar. Mansarovar, factually meaning 'the consciousness of mind', is situated at an elevation of 4580 m. Mansarovar Lake is so big that it takes at least three days to just go round its peripheries.

Mansarovar also holds a significant religious space among the followers of Buddhism other than the Hindus. One dip into the cold water of this holy lake is believed, by Hindus, to give up the soul of all its sins thus carving a straight path to heaven after death. Ancient Hindu scriptures indicate this lake as a must-visit place for those who want to attain salvation – the highest level of spiritual achievement in Hinduism. Many others also come to take a bath in the lake with a belief that it will keep them youthful and strong forever.

Trip day to day itinerary

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu and transfer to hotel

Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing half day, arrange visa and Briefing

Day 03: Drive to Zhangmu and continue Nyalam (3750m). Nyalam Guest house

Day 04: Acclimatization Nyalam, day hiking and Guesthouse.

Day 05: Drive to Saga (4580m) via Lalung La Pass, Paiku Tso Lake

Day 06: Drive to Horchu and Round Mansarovar Lake Chiu gompa

Day 07: Drive to Darchen guest house

Day 08: Drive to Toling and Zenda 220 Kilo meters 6 hours (guest house)

Day 09: full day visit Guge Kingdom Ruin. Overnight in Guesthouse

Day 10: Drive to Darchen 4600m.

Day 11: Drive to Tarboche and Sershong start trek to Dera Puk.

Day 12: Trek to Zuthul-Puk (4790m) via dormala pass 5636m Camp or Hotel

Day 13: Trek to Chongdo and drive to Mansarovar Lake via Darchen

Day 14: Drive to Saga. Camp or Hotel

Day 15: Drive to Nyalam and Nyalam Guesthouse.

Day 16: Drive to Kathmandu via Zhangmu through the Tatopani

Day 17: Final Departure to you home land.